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adding multiple instance of a user control dynamically

Posted on 2013-06-05
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Hi all,

I have a button which when clicked I want to add a user control to a div;

    int count = 0;

    protected void AddSectionButton_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
    {
        WorkoutSection newSection = (WorkoutSection)LoadControl("~/usercontrols/WorkoutSection.ascx");
        //add the section to the workout and pass to the usercontrol;

        count += 1;

        newSection.sectionName = "NEW SECTION TEST " + count;

        section_container.Controls.Add(newSection);
        
    }

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The code work fine fo rthe first click bu tthen doesn't add subsequent instances after I have clicked? any ideas what I am doing wrong here?
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Question by:flynny
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Daniel Junges earned 500 total points
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you code have to remember all controls added and readd all on every callback
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by:jitendra patil
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try to add below code in your button click event

 newSection.ClientIDMode = ClientIDMode.AutoID;

so i suppose your code should be as below
int count = 0;

    protected void AddSectionButton_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
    {
        WorkoutSection newSection = (WorkoutSection)LoadControl("~/usercontrols/WorkoutSection.ascx");
        //add the section to the workout and pass to the usercontrol;

       // newSection.sectionName = "NEW SECTION TEST " + count;
         newSection.ClientIDMode = ClientIDMode.AutoID;
        section_container.Controls.Add(newSection);
       
    }


hope this helps.
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